McCook Student Wins Inaugural PTK-NWU Full Tuition Scholarship
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Lindi Johnson, PTK-NWU Full Tuition Scholarship

Lindi Johnson of McCook has been awarded the inaugural PTK-NWU Full Tuition Scholarship, which provides the cost of tuition up to three years. She plans to study music education at NWU.

Lindi Johnson of McCook has been named the inaugural winner of Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Full Tuition Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Scholarship.

Johnson was honored at Nebraska Wesleyan on March 29 during the PTK-NWU Scholarship Event. PTK is an honor society of two-year colleges, including community colleges whose students excel academically.

Johnson is a student at Mid-plains Community College and a graduate of McCook High School. She is the outgoing PTK Vice President of Nebraska, serving as a regional officer for the Kansas/Nebraska PTK region.

Nebraska Wesleyan University awards one competitive Full Tuition PTK-NWU Scholarship, which provides the cost of tuition up to three years. NWU also offers the PTK-NWU Recognition Scholarship to all eligible students.

Johnson will attend NWU next fall and will pursue a degree in music education.